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Rapid City Administrative Law Firm
We have proven experience in class actions, insurance defense, personal injury, product liability, medical malpractice, and complex civil litigation cases. Whatever the legal need, our clients can rely on experienced professionals and dedicated support staff to listen, respond, and deliver results. The firm has been designated by A.M. Best Company to compile and revise the South Dakota insurance laws for inclusion in Best's Digest of Insurance Law.
Gunderson, Palmer, Nelson & Ashmore, LLP has provided a full range of legal services for over 30 years and is one of the largest, highly respected, and most widely known law firms in Western South Dakota and a multi-state region. We are conveniently located in the Assurant Building in downtown Rapid City, South Dakota.
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About Gunderson, Palmer, Nelson & Ashmore, LLP
- Administrative Law
- Arbitration Mediation
- Agricultural Law
- Asset Protection
- Banking Law
- Business Planning
- Business Law
- Business Transactions
- Charitable Giving
- Civil Practice
- Commercial Litigation
- Construction Law
- Creditors' Rights and Bankruptcy
- Civil Litigation
- Civil Rights
- Contested Wills
- Criminal Law
- Disabled Rights
- Elder Law
- Employment Law
- Environmental Law
- Estate Planning
- Employee Benefits
- Engineering Law
- Estate Administration
- Family Business Law
- Family Limited Partnerships
- Family Law
- Federal Estate and Gift Taxation
- Governmental Law
- Guardianship & Conservatorship Administration
- Health Law
- Indian Law
- Insurance Defense & Litigation
- Living Wills
- Living Trusts
- Marital Agreements
- Medical Malpractice
- Medicaid Planning
- Mergers Aquisitions & Divestitures
- Nonprofit and Charitable Organizations
- Personal Injury
- Professional Licensing
- Powers of Attorney
- Products Liability
- Real Estate
- School Law
- State & Local Taxation
- Sexual Harassment
- Trusts & Estates
- Tribal Law
- Voting Rights
- Wynn A. Gunderson (Of Counsel)
- J. Crisman Palmer (Partner)
- James S. Nelson (Of Counsel)
- Daniel E Ashmore (Senior Partner)
- Patrick G. Goetzinger (Partner)
- Talbot J. Wieczorek (Managing Partner)
- Sara Frankenstein (Partner )
- Jason M. Smiley (Partner)
- Rebecca L. Mann (Partner)
- Quentin L. Riggins (Associate)
- Matthew E. Naasz (Associate)
- Marty J. Jackley (Partner)
- Justin DiBona (Associate)
- Tyler C. Wetering (Partner)
- Katelyn A. Cook (Associate)
- Christopher A. Christianson (Associate)
- Richard M. Williams
- Lisa K. Cagle
- Stacy R. Hegge (Associate Attorney)
- Nolan G. Thomas
- Kerri Cook Huber
- Catherine Seeley
- Jason Glodt
506 6th Street Rapid City, SD 57701
- (605) 719-3471
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